Dry Needling for Pelvic Pain

Third Party Event

Venue Cork University Maternity Hospital
City Cork
County Cork
Contact Hours 24
Event Type Course/Workshop
Specialities Pelvic Health & Continence
Presenter Details The instructor of the Pelvic Pain Dry Needling course is Blair Green PT, DPT, OCS, PHC. She graduated with her Master’s of Physical Therapy from Hahnemann University and completed a transitional DPT from Evidence in Motion Institute of Health Professions in conjunction witha Pelvic Health Certification. She is Board Certified in Orthopaedic Physical Therapy, a Polestar trained Pilates Instructor, a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (NSCA), and certified in Trigger Point Dry Needling through Myopain Seminars.
Refreshments Included Yes
Free Event No
How to Book Contact MyopainSeminars via e-mail
Contact Person Blair Green
Contact Email [email protected]
Pre Course Requirement Dry Needling Certificate And Pelvic Floor Muscle Assessment Course Certificate
Date 31 Mar 2023 09:00 - 2 Apr 2023 18:00

This 3-day course will introduce the concepts of trigger point dry needling as it relates to the muscles of the pelvis and perineum. It will integrate pain science research with anatomy and biomechanics of the pelvis and pelvic floor. Students will learn techniques to safely perform
trigger point dry needling to the region. They will also learn clinical patterns that may facilitate improved clinical reasoning as to when and where to utilize trigger point dry needling. Muscle groups include the hip abductors, adductors, flexors, abdominal muscles, urogenital
triangle, levator ani and coccygeus. Students will review the anatomy, function, and dry needling techniques for each muscle.


  1. Participant MUST have completed an Introductory / Foundation Level Course (21Hrs) in line with the ISCP policy and guidelines on the use of dry needling and dry needling minimum standard for education and training.
  2. Practicing ‘Dry Needling’ MUST be within participant’s scope of practice.

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